: This motion picture is part of Evidence files created by the Attorney General's Office for use in the prosecution of the Robert Noble, Ellis O. Jones, et. al. Nazi sedition trial. Files contain correspondence, publications, photographs, handbills, brochures, lists, leaflets, and other propaganda materials. Records reflect the pro-Nazi attitudes of the sympathizers, their organization and meetings, anti-Franklin Delano Roosevelt sentiment, belief in a Jewish worldwide conspiracy, and membership in groups such as the Friends of Progress and German American Bund. The Attorney General obtained materials from news organizations, individuals, and their own investigation. . Source
: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection
: Department of Justice and Attorney General Records-Division of Criminal Law and EnforcementSeries
: Robert Noble Case Files: Series 9. "E" Files. 1937-1943Call Number
: R177.097 Rights
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